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 Considerable design efforts were made to reduce it but it could never be eliminated. In the patent, key click was to be removed by a ''bypass''. In later console organs like the B3, the higher harmonics were pre-emphasized and the preamp designed with an upper frequency roll-off to help conceal the click. 
 Later rock and blues players found the key click characteristic to be desireable and some jazz organists consider it to be essential. Many Hammond organ simulators include a key click control to reproduce this characteristic. 
+For a detailed analysis of key click and the interaction of the key contacts on busbars see: https://asa.scitation.org/doi/pdf/10.1121/1.5003796  

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